Hartford Business Journal– Hartford has recently upped its efforts at becoming a hub for insurance technology, and now two of the city’s colleges are working together to craft undergraduate and graduate insurtech curricula.
BusinessBecause – According to the latest figures from QS, the average global 10-year return on investment (ROI) of an MBA is $390,751, but which school offers the best ROI, where are you most likely to achieve the greatest salary uplift, and how long will it take you to pay back your studies?
Hartford Business Journal – For a second straight year, Hartford Business Journal asked its readers to vote on their favorite and most-trusted business-to-business providers across a range of industries to help us determine Greater Hartford’s Best of Business Awards winners.
Hartford Business Journal – (p.30) Best MBA Program: University of Connecticut School of Business
The Daily Campus/em> – Hartford ranks seventh in the top 10 American cities for women to start a business, according to a recent Citrix Sharefile study.
The study took into consideration economic and cultural factors such as percentage of businesses in the city owned by women, percentage of women business executives and buying power by local women.
Hartford Business Journal – When classes begin in late August, hundreds of UConn graduate students in social work, public policy and education will be coming to downtown Hartford.
They will join nearly 1,400 graduate students at UConn’s center-city business school along with the 250 or so grad students enrolled in the University of St. Joseph’s School of Pharmacy, located in the XL Center
WNPR – Connecticut U.S. Marine Michael Zacchea had a job to do in 2004: train and lead the first Iraqi Army battalion after the U.S. disbanded the country’s military post invasion.
This hour, we revisit our conversation with Zacchea, and co-author Ted Kemp about their book The Ragged Edge which details the challenges Zacchea faced leading a diverse group of Iraqis.
U.S. News – MBA grads from these business schools have at least a 240 percent average return, U.S. News data show.